Food: "Popcorn, Indiana" (Dale and Thomas) Kettlecorn
Kettle corn is an addictive variety of sweet and salty popcorn. There are generally three ways to get your kettle corn fix. One is by buying it yourself at a fair or festival - this is undeniably the best-tasting way to go, but it's not like you can attend such events daily. Another is by nuking bags of kettle corn yourself (nice and hot coming out, but the flavors are often "off" compared to the real deal because of the limitations of the microwave).
The final alternative is to buy already-popped bags of kettle corn, like the "Popcorn, Indiana"-brand Kettlecorn I snagged at the law school bookstore. Most of the time, I dislike these prebagged varieties, finding them too caramel-coated for my taste. Kettle corn is supposed to have a very, very thin shell of sugar on it, not big globs of solidifed molasses hanging off every kernel. The "Popcorn, Indian" brand's version is almost perfect - good, but not overwhelming amounts of salt, just enough glazed sugar, and a solid crispiness. Like all prepopped popcorn, it's stone cold, but aside from that, if you ever come across a bag, try it out.